Read it here: Let them stew, I say!. Highlights and shade by Aggie Janicot. Game plan for the rest of the week: I want to go back to the earliest penciled pages and digitally ink as many of them as I can. In addition, I want to create at least one more new page for […]
If you live within driving distance of Nashville, Tennessee and are interested in medieval art, crafts, culture or manuscripts or early Christian history, you can’t afford to miss Medieval Treasures from te Cleveland Museum of art at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, running until June 7, 2009. Seeing the illuminations, sculpture, jewelry, calligraphy […]
In the comments to last week’s Invasion episode on ROCR.net, reader TuuronTour asks: Is this storyline going to be the final end of ROCR? I get the feeling everything is being wrapped up to get our rogue’s a well-earned “and they liveth long and happily”. Tuur is almost right: the ending to Invasion doesn’t so […]
I have a working SCSI card again, and though it uses a different cable configuration than I described earlier, I know what cable that is and where to find it. I may balk a bit at the cost but will probably put in the order soon, as the alternatives aren’t too appealing. I have had […]
Aggie posted this lovely Invasion-based drawing on her blog as a birthday present to me: Fay watches on as Kel cuts up a fish. By Aggie. Click to enlarge. Thank you, sweetheart! I love you too!